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Cooperative Research and Development Center for Advanced Materials

Naoya MASAHASHI

Head/ Prof.Naoya MASAHASHI

  • Prof. Koki TAKANASHI
  • Prof. Tadashi FURUHARA
  • Prof. Toyohiko J. KONNO
  • Prof. Akihiko CHIBA
  • Prof. Kazumasa SUGIYAMA
  • Prof. Akira YOSHIKAWA
  • Prof. Hidemi KATO
  • Assoc. Prof. Rie UMETSU
  • Assoc. Prof. Satoshi SEMBOSHI
  • Assoc. Prof. Rodion V. BELOSLUDOV
  • Assist. Prof. Noriharu YODOSHI
  • Assist. Prof. Yan ZHANG
  • Assist. Prof. Yuta KIMURA

Advanced Materials - Realizing New Technologies for the Future -

This center was established in 1987 as the research center for the development of new advanced materials, process technology and analysis method for innovation. The Center was reorganized to the current in 2013 through Laboratory for Advanced Materials (LAM) and Advanced Research Center of Metallic Glasses (ARCMG). The Center develops various materials and processes in the field of social infrastructure, energy consumption, environmental protection, information and biotechnology, and aims to deepen material science by elucidating the mechanism of function and establishing guidelines for material design.

material fabrication, microstructural controlling, material characterization, material function, collaborative research
(a)Single crystal grown by the Bridgman method (b)Mn2VAl single crystal (c) (100) Laue diffraction pattern of Mn2VAl single crystal

(a)Single crystal grown by the Bridgman method
(b)Mn2VAl single crystald
(c) (100) Laue diffraction pattern of Mn2VAl single crystal

(a)Hysteresis curve of Fe-Co-Si-B-P-Cu nanocrystalline soft magnetic alloy. (b)The corresponding hysteresis curve magnified in low field region. (c)XRD curve for the optimally annealed alloy.

(a)Hysteresis curve of Fe-Co-Si-B-P-Cu nanocrystalline soft magnetic alloyd
(b)The corresponding hysteresis curve magnified in low field regiond
(c)XRD curve for the optimally annealed alloy

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